Thomas SORREDA

Thomas SORREDA

Assistant Professor in human resources management

Thomas SORREDA
Discipline department
HR & Organisation
Teaching area
Organizational Theory
Organizational Sociology
Bio
Thomas Sorreda is an assistant professor in Management and he joined EM Normandie in 2021. He holds a PhD in Management from the Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne. His thesis is on the consulting thinking. His research focuses on relationships between people within organizations. Thomas discusses interconnections and relationships among drug dealing companies through the setting up of a hybrid ethnography combining life stories and interviews in the form of diaries made with voice memos, His method invites the interviewees to adopt a reflexive attitude in their professional practices.
Degrees
2017 : PhD in management, Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne
Professional experience

Since 2021 : assistant professor in human resources management, EM Normandie
2019-2021 : assistant professor management, EDHEC Business School
Since 2020 : senior advisor, Howard Partner
2017-2019 : assistant professor, EM Normandie

Thomas SORREDA
Thomas
SORREDA
tsorreda@em-normandie.fr
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Publications

Publications

Year of publication

Type

Sorreda, T 2017, 'Equilibre relationnel et risques psychosociaux dans le métier de consultant : ethnographie au sein d'un cabinet de conseil en stratégie et organisation', Ph.D. in Management
2017
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Minchella, D & Sorreda, T 2020, 'Défaire le lieu : Le 'non-lieu' comme pratique de résistance organisationnelle', Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie et de Gestion des Comportements Organisationnels (RIPCO), vol. XXVI, n. 65, pp. 91-106. FNEGE : 4 ; HCERES : C.

2020
Academic articles

Sorreda, T & Philippe, X 2020, 'Business is business”: a journey into a French suburban drug dealing bureaucratic gang’, Society and Business Review, vol. 15, n° 3, octobre, pp. 145-163.. FNEGE: 4 ; HCERES: C; ABS 2

2020
Academic articles

Philippe, X & Sorreda, T 2020, ‘L’université d’entreprise au carrefour de la formation des élites managériales et de la formation continue en entreprise’, Revue internationale de psychosociologie et de gestion des comportements organisationnels (RIPCO), 2020/64 (Vol. XXVI), pp. 103-121. CNRS : 4; FNEGE : 4 ; HCERES : C.

2020
Academic articles

Sorreda, T 2018, 'Le mentorat professionnel, cause et solution du burnout lorsque la symbolique du mentorat n’est pas respectée', Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie et de Gestion des Comportements Organisationnels (RIPCO), 2018/59, Vol. XXIV pp. 69-88, FNEGE : 4 ; HCERES : C.

2018
Academic articles
Sorreda, T 2017, 'Le conseil en organisation : proposition d’une méthodologie ethnographique pour une réflexivité des consultants', Revue internationale de psychosociologie et de gestion des comportements organisationnels, vol. 2017/Supplément (HS), pp.145-162, Winter.; FNEGE: 4; HCERES: C
2017
Academic articles

Vinçotte, E, Minchella, D & Sorreda, T 2020, ‘Humanizing Hospital Care for Children and redefining Managerial Processes through a Serious Game’s Cognitive Scripts’, virtual 36th EGOS Colloquium, Hambourg, Germany, July 2-4. 

2020
Academic communications

Sorreda, T & Koutsovoulou, M 2019, 'Professional mentoring in fluid organization when consulting organizations create a mentoring from scratch, EURAM, Lisbon, Portugal, June 26-27.

2019
Academic communications

Minchella, D & Sorreda, T 2019, ‘Défaire le lieu : le « non-lieu » comme pratique de résistance organisationnelle’, 87ème Congrès de l’ACFAS, Montréal, Canada, May, 27-31.

2019
Academic communications

Sorreda, T, Philippe, X & Bouilloud, J-P 2019, “Born to be wild”? How illegal organization built new “moral identity”. The case of drug dealing gangs’, 35th EGOS Colloquium 2019, Edinburgh, UK, July 1-6.

2019
Academic communications